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1 PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE Jason Smith, TERA Environmental Consultants February 20, 2014 Simon Fraser University

2 Trans Mountain Pipeline – 60 Years of History 2/20/2014

3 Jasper National Park /20/2014

4 Trans Mountain – West Coast Connected 2/20/2014

5 TRANS MOUNTAIN PIPELINE - PRESENT - 2/20/2014

6 Supply Current capacity 47.7 million litres or 300,000 barrels capacity per day Equivalent to a tanker truck leaving Edmonton for Vancouver every minute Ability to transport multiple products in batches up to 350 km long travelling at 5 km/hr: X 1,400 34,000 litres 2/20/2014

7 Tanker Volumes 2/20/2014

8 TMPL Throughput /20/2014

9 TMPL Throughput /20/2014

10 Pipeline Terminus Main pipeline from Edmonton ends at Burnaby Terminal –Short-term storage of crude oil and refined products –Distribution point for refined products to Suncor and Imperial Oil and crude oil to Chevron Refinery and Westridge Marine Terminal 2/20/2014

11 Safe Marine Operations Since 1956, vessels from our Westridge Marine Terminal have been transporting petroleum products safely through Port Metro Vancouver without a single spill from a tanker Facilities designed and operated to meet Canada Shipping Act, National Energy Board and Transport Canada requirements Westridge-specific Western Canadian Marine Response Corporation (WCMRC) spill response plan 2/20/2014

12 TMX ANCHOR LOOP Anchor Loop 158 km of new 30”/36” pipe through Jasper and Mount Robson parks In service Nov 2008 Added 40,000 bpd capacity (300 kbpd) 2/20/2014

13 Yellowhead Pass National Historic Site of Canada National Historic Site 2/20/2014

14 Wildlife Relocation 2/20/2014

15 Environmental Protection Plans 2/20/2014

16 Sucker Creek 2/20/2014

17 Sucker Creek 2/20/2014

18 Restoration 2/20/2014

19 Benefits to Parks No future pipelines Automate main line block valves Restored old Borrow / Gravel Pits Removed culverts and barriers to movement and install singled span bridges Legacy Fund 2/20/2014

20 TRANS MOUNTAIN EXPANSION PROJECT – FUTURE - 2/20/2014

21 Proposed Scope of Expansion Project Announced in 2012, Facilities Application filed to NEB in December 2013 Based on revised 15- and 20-year commitments from shippers to use the line The proposed expansion to increase capacity to 890,000 barrels per day Projected capital cost is approximately $5.4 billion 2/20/2014

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23 Proposed Scope of Expansion Project Result: a dual-line operation – twinned pipeline (approximately 980 km of new pipeline) with: –Existing line for lighter products –The proposed new line for heavier oils 36-inch pipeline diameter 12 new pump stations at 11 locations 2/20/2014

24 Proposed Scope of Expansion project Estimated 20 new storage tanks at existing facilities in Edmonton, Sumas and Burnaby One new dock complex with three berths each capable of loading Aframax-size tankers at the Westridge Marine Terminal 2/20/2014

25 Marine Traffic 2/20/2014

26 Marine Safety Enhancements In its Facilities Application, Trans Mountain has recommended a number of enhancements to marine safety and spill response including: Extending tug escorts Implementing a Moving Safety Zone around laden tankers Improvements to the oil spill response regime 2/20/2014

27 Trans Mountain Expansion Schedule 2/20/2014

28 Thank You 2/20/2014


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